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WEST MAITLAND. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

WEST MAITLAND. (From: otjh own Co-respondent.) Tuesday. The Eev. Father O'Sullivan, of Lambton, who toll a victim to typhoid fever1 shortly after tho death of Father Tier'ney, has boon for some weeks an inmate of the Wallsend Cottage Hospital, whore he has received, every attention from tho medical and nursing stall:. He is now out of danger, and should bo able to resume his parish, duties after a change of air. From Dungog comes the news oi tho serious iJJnoss of Father O'Carroll, who is also down with fever. Two of the nursing Sisters from Lewisbain, Sydney, are in attendance, and the local medical gentlemen are most attentive, Father O'Carroli is well known in the parishes of Newcastle and Raymond Terrace. The ladies of Maitland who brought to so succes ful an issue the Waratah Institution ball are at work again arranging for the annual hospital ball, which takes placo late in June. A. strong working com mittee has been formed, with Mrs. D. R. G. Alcorn as president; Miss Wolfe, ...

Publication Title: Catholic Press, The
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DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

DIOCESAN NEWS. ARCHDIOCESE OF SYDNEY. The annual mooting of St. Benedict's Christian Confraternity took place in tho school hall, on Sunday, May 17. Tho Rev. Father Carroll (adminis trator), occupied tho chair. Tho Rev. Father Whyto was also present. The business was the reading and adoption of the annual report, and tho election of officers for the ensuing year. Tho report Avas a lengthy one, and gave minute details of the work and transactions of tho Confraternity during tho past your. Tho election of officers resulted as ionoAvs :— .bames: President, Miss K. Hand; vice president, Miss M. Coylo; secretary, Miss N. Ryan. Gentlemen: President, Mr. J. Kirby (re-elected); vico-proaidont, Mr. T. Boulton: hon.' treasurer, Mr. ,1. Connelly (re-elected); hon. secretary, Mr. H. J. Sol by (ye-elected). After u. vote of thanks to tho rev. chairman, the mooting adjourned. Tho not proceeds of the lato garden fiUe, in aid of tho Industrial Orphanage at Manly, amounted to tho hand - somoHumof .-...

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SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

SOCIAL. ? .* ? Tho weekly meeting of the ladies' committee, who aro arranging tho annual dance in aid of the funds of tho Church at Randwiclc, was held in tho Presbytory on Wednesday evening las!;. Mrs. H. Oxeuham pro sided, there being present Mesdamoa C. G-. N. Murray, V. Hoaton, S. Fielder, 0' Sullivan, J. Smith, Robinson, H. A. Robo, B.Foley, Mishos Kelly a,ndT. Payton ; the lion, secretaries, Mosdames P. I-;. Larkin and T. Payton. Apologies wore read from Mm Guy and Miss Wakfor, who were absent througli illnons. Most encouraging roports woro handed in of gouorous donations received or promised, and tho sale of tiokots was announced us oxcellent ; if; was also notified that Mrs. J. Smith had kindly promised to defray the expeimos of ilio hall. Tho Rand wick ball of 18i)6 promises to bo a most successful mid onjoyablo one, the dafco being fixed for Juno 24 in i;]io Town Hull, Paddington. Tho Jesuit Fathers at North Shoro iiro sparing no efforts to push on the additions to their c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

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ARCHDIOCESE OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ARCHDIOCESE OF MELBOURNE. A retreat, to be conduotod by the Franciscan Fathers in St. Benedict's Church, will begin on Sunday, May 31, at 11 o'clock. The first week will be for women. Tho retreat for the men will open on Sunday, Juue 7, at Hoven o'clock. Confirmation will be administered b^His Lordship Dr, Higgins on Sunday, June 14, at three o'clock,

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DIOCESE OF ARMIDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

DIOCESE OF AEMIDALE. The Very Eev. Dean O'Connor, V.Gr. (reports our I Hillgrove correspondent) celebrated Mass at nine and eleven last Sunday. Notwithstanding the un propitious weather, there was a large congregation present at each Mass. The Very Eev. Dean is extremely popular throughout the district.

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DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

DIOCESE OP GOULBURN. 1 The Very Rev. Father Vincent, C.P., Provincial of 1 tho Order, has returned to St. Paul's Retreat, prepara i tory to an ordination to the priesthood of four A/ustra \ lian natives, which is about to take place. The event [ will be of especial note, the rev. genfclomen in question 1 being' the first Australian members of the order. ; A mission given by the Eev. Fathers Clement and !j Kevin, C.P., at St. Paul's Cathedral was brought to \ a conclusion on Sunday evening' with a renewal of ! the baptismal vows and a bestowal of the Papal 1 benediction. The mission was notably successful, j and at the concluding ceremonies over 3,000 persons, I including' many non-Catholics, were present. In tho I afternoon the 'Sacrament of Confirmation had been | administered in the cathedral by the Eight Rev. Dr. '? Lanigan. The Sacrament of Confirmation was administered I at the Eock on Sunday, the I7th inst., by the Eight j Eev Dr. Q allagh er, Coad j utor-Bishop. His Lordsh ip...

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DIOCESE OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

DIOCESE OF BATHURST. \ At the conclusion of the mission at Blayney on Sun | day, the Sacrament of Confirmation was administered J by His Lordship the Bishop to 80 recipients — the | largest number ever, at the same lime, confirmed there. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

HOTELS, GENERAL STORES, and MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESSES. We have the above BUSINESSES for SALE in SYDNEY and COUNTRY. flSTIT IS ONLY NECESSARY FOE BUYERS TO CALL, WHEN PULL AND ACCURATE PARTICULARS WILL BE SUPPLIED. H TTO A r^O Y' Xr PH 9, 10, and 11 Post Office Chambers, VJJ-LIV/. JLX.. \J\Jjl\- (JO \y\Jm9 114r pixT STREET, SYDNEY (OPPOSITE G.P.o.)

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LEINSTER ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

LEDSTSTER ITEMS. The death of Mr. John Kelly, which took place at the Mater Misericordire Hospital on April 13, removes from our midst a prominent figure in the Irish move ment since the days of tho Land League. Mr. Kelly, who was 40 years of age, was born in 'Han try. At an early age he settled in Tralee, where he conducted a very successful business. From his earliest years he was a prominent figure in National politics, supporting the cause of Homo Rule from its inception under successive leaders. He was one of the first in tho South of Ireland to join tho Land League, and con tributed largely to introduce and extend that organisation m the county ot .Kerry. His business suffered from his being so much away aiding the National movement, and during his imprisonment for a term of 14 months as a 'suspect,' under Forster's I Act, tho falling off in his business was necessarily [ still greater. On his release from prison ho was I appointed organiser in the Land. League. During the I P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

THE ^ BOOT^OOMPANY, 386 GEOEGB STREET. WE STOCK OVER 2,000 DISTIMCT VARIETIES OF SHOES, GOOD, SERVICEABLE, STYLISH SHOES, AT LOVER PRICES THAN YOU CAN BUY ELSEWHERE. That is why we lead the Sydney trade. The greatest Salesmen in the World are Price and Quality. Price is the great Convincer — the Invincible Salesman. A Genuine Thing is What it Ought to Be— SUCH YOU WILL FIND OUR BRANDED GOODS. Branohes ? 226 King Street, Newtown; 339 Parramatta Road, Leichhardt; 336 Oxford Street, Paddington. SPECIAL NOTICE. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers not receiving The Catholic Press regularly are requested to communicate with the Manager without delay. Any errors in addressing the wrappers should also be promptly reported to the office. 'THE CATHOLIC PKESS.' NOTICE TO 'COEBBSPONDBNTS. Letters intended for publication must be addressed to the Editor. We cannot undertake to return rejected manuscripts. All communications of a business nature should be addressed 'The Manager.' NOTICE TO AGENTS. Arrang...

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PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER TIMONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

PRESENTATION TO THE REV. FATHER TIMONEY. The presentation of an address and testimonial to the '.Rev. Father Timonoy took place at the termina tion of a concert given in St. Benedict's Hall on Monday evening. Tho Bight llov. Dr. Biggins presided, and thoro wore present tho following members of tho clergy':-— Very Rev, Dr. O'Haran, Rev. Fathers J. Carroll, King, Baugh, AV. Baydon, F. Timonoy, J. P. Moynagh, J. Why to, P. Crogan, P. Walsh, B. Carey, J. Walsh '(Molbourno), and G. Robinson (Melbourne). Tho programme oponod with a chorus, 'Music on tho waves,' very prettily sung by tho school children, who afterwards gave with equal success, 'The Young Tyrolean.' Mr. J. T. .Donovan sung in capital stylo a Father O'Flyun.' Miss Mary Robinson played, as a piano solo, a fantasia on American airs, by Sivrai, acquitting herself bril liantly. Mrs. Tiornoy sung with groat sweetness and expression, lc Come back to Erin,' and, as an encore, ' Little boy blue.' Mr. Percy Shannon contributed 'The g...

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TOLERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

TOLERATION. In old classic story, with which, before the rise of the floods of imbecile sensationalism in literature that are fast drowning the human intellect as well as the best feelings of our nature, people delighted to become familiar, it is narrated that the venerable Socrates was on a certain occasion calmly and evenly, as became a grave philosopher, walking through the streets of one of the principal cities of Greece. He was fol lowea Dy a Dana 01 gentJemen that in Sydney would be termed 'larrikins,' who were pouring on him the most filthy abuse, and calling him the worst names. Unmoved, he passed quietly on. A friend, meeting him, and noticing his equanimity under such provocation, remarked, ' Socrates, why don't you say something to the.se degraded wretches ? Do you not hear the outrageous epithets they are applying to you ?' ' They are simply labouring under a great mistake,' replied the, philosopher ; 'they are calling me a fool and a knave, and you know that I am neithe...

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COMMERCIAL. WEDNESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

COMMERCIAL. Wednesday. Monday being a public holiday no business was transacted, and yesterday trade was dull. Good sales are reported of Californian wheat and flour. Local wheat is quoted at iUO 5s. The receipts of flour and wheat by rail for this year have been ex ceptionally small. For the first 21 weeks in the present year the receipts were— Wheat, 8,397 ; flour, 3,635 tons. For a similar period in 1893 it was 11,623 tons wheat and 8,365 tons flour ; 1894, wheat 9,897 and flour 8,553 tons ; 1895, wheat 13,339 and flour 9,242 tons. The price of wheat in Melbourne is 5s. Id., and in Adelaide it is quoted at 4s. 6d. Buyers, however, will not give more than 4s. 4d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

We earnestly appeal to the Venerable Clergy of New South Wales to support ' The Catholic Press,' as it is published solely in the highest interests of the Catholic community. Any items of local news of interest to the Catholic body that they may send us will be thankfully received. The Catholic Press. 'Providences seoms to have given, in our day, a great mission to tho Catholic Press,' — Pius IX. SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1896.

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THE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

THE PRODUCE MARKETS. The produce market was quiet yesterday. Maize hardened somwhat, as the river boats were detained by tho rough weather, and there was consequently only a small supply on hand. Best samples sold at 2s. 3d., ordinary at 2s. Id. and 2s. 2d. per bushel. Oats are scarce and ordinary feed is selling at 2s. 5d. and 2s. 6d. per bushel. Return of produco received at Sydney and Clyde per rail for the week ending yesterday : — Butter, 677 kegs, 790 cases; cheese, 99 cases; eggs, 199 cases; bacon, 137 sides ; hay, 41 trucks j straw, 3 trucks ; chaff, 64 trucks ; wool, 405 bales ; sheepskins, 687 bales ; wheat, 9 tons 6cwt.; flour, 98 tons I7cwt. 2qr.j oats, 36 tons 9cwt. 3qr.; maize, 1 ton llcwt. 3qr,; meal, 1 ton 6cwt. 3qr.j potatoes, 19 tons 12cwt. lqr.j bran, 53 tons 12cwt. 2qr.; pollard, 24 tons 4cwt. 2qr.

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THE REDFERN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

THE REDFERN MARKET. The demand yesterday for produce was small. Chaff, however, sold well, prime oaten going at 5s. 2d. and medium at 4s. 3d. In all 50 trucks were sub mitted, viz. : Hay 8, straw 2, chaff 23, lucerne 10, bran 1, pumpkins 3, melons 2, and potatoes 1. Sales were as follows : — ? Hay. — From Reidy, Perth (5407), passed; Tibbs, Millthorpe (2019), passed; Page, Mt. Druitt (1121), Newbridge (3682), 5s.; Ryan, Mulgrave (6285), 2s. 2d. j 'McKibbin, Brewongle (5S8), 4s. 8d. ; Gardner, Wimbledon (5181), passed. Derrick-straw. — From Markwell, Guerie (3761), passed, (3476) 3s. 5d. per cwt. Chaff.— From O'Malley, Blaynoy (6302) 4s. lid., (1627) 5s. 2d. ; Bullock, Newbridge (3827), 4s. 5d., (4439) 4s. 6d, ; Mack, Narandern (5618), 5s. ; Utz, Glencoe (7080), 4s. 3d. j McKenzie, Glenlnnes (9723), 4s. Id ; Potts, Cowra (3554), 4s. lid., (9983) 5s. Id. and 5s. ; A.J.S. Bank, Wagga (10,000, 8600), passed; Norman (6775), passed; Mackawny (3336), passed; Pearce, George's Plains (3227),...

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STATION PRODUCE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

STATION PRODUCE SALES. The Sydnoy Wool -selling Brokers Association report: — Sheepskins. — Moderate supplies of skins were forward for the sales held last Tuesday. Both shippers and fellniongers competed with the utmost freedom for medium and three-quarter lengths. Demand for full-wools was not quite so strong. Quotations : Full-wools, 4d. to 5d. ; superior lines, to 5$d.j fair, to 3fd.; medium, 3d. to 8. id.; short, lid. to 2|d. per lb. Butchers' green skins, 28d. to 45d. ; short, 18d. to 26d.; pelts, 1-jd. to 2kl. per lb.

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FROZEN MEAT MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

FROZEN MEAT MARKET. The following cable from London was received yesterday by tre Graziers' Meat Export Company of New South Wales :— ' Prices are unchanged for frozen beef and New Zealand frozen crossbred mutton. New Zealand lamb, 4f d.; New South Wales lamb, 4d.; Now South Wales merino mutton, 2|d.'

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ENGLISH CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Catholic Press — 30 May 1896

ENGLISH CRICKET NOTES. The match against the South of England was drawn owing to the rain. The Australians declared their innings closed when six wickets had fallen for 328, of which Darling and Griffon each contributed 115 runs. When play ceased the South of England had lost five wickets for 134, the draw being therefore greatly in favour of the Australians. Trumble got two wickets for 50, Giffon one for 32, nvirl T-nn-M- /-.no -Pnt% 1Q The Australian Eleven commenced a match against Yorkshire on Monday. The weather was fine and the wicket good. Our men went to the wickets, and Donnan was dis posed of when he had scored 7. GilTen (11) and Darling (57) batted with great freedom, and Gregory made 5d- in as many minutes, when he was bowled. Trott, who had several lives, made 61. Yorkshire made a poor show, and were all disposed of for 118, the highest scorer being Denton, who made 34. In the follow-on they had totalled 136, the Aus tralians thus winning1 by an innings and 8 runs. Eain...

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